Eco3 Urban Farm
Producing fresh food and serving as a space for education and community building.
About the Farm
The Eco3 Urban Farm is a two-acre site with two 3,000 square foot high tunnels, perennial fruit and flower gardens, raised beds, and developed fields. It is part of the sustainable food systems program at Ecolibrium3. The space is an innovative partnership between Ecolibrium3 and Lake Superior College. It provides opportunities for social connectedness, by bridging residents, students, growers, and food entrepreneurs. The Eco3 Urban Farm produces fresh food and serves as a space for education and community building.
- Local, culturally appropriate food
- Increased food access throughout Duluth
- Regenerative growing practices
- Accessible farm programming
- Intergenerational social connectedness
- Sustainable food systems
Support the Eco3 Urban Farm by attending events, donating, and volunteering!
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How to Get There
Find your way to the farm and we’ll see you there!
This map shows the easiest way to get to the farm by car or bus.
By car: Take Highway 53 past Lake Superior College main entrance. Turn left on Coffee Creek Blvd, then follow the roads left past the Health and Sciences building to the Farm entrance. Parking is available at the entrance to the Farm and along the road to the Farm gate.
By bus: Take route 107 to Lake Superior College, then walk through campus and past the Health and Sciences building to find the Farm entrance.
The address for the Farm is 2101 Trinity Rd, Duluth, MN.
The Farm is also marked on Google Maps under the name “Ecolibrium3 Urban Farm.”
Have questions about our farm and food programs? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 218-336-1038.
Looking for something else?
Learn even more about food access by checking out the project below!
Interested in an AmeriCorps VISTA Farm Position?
The Eco3 Urban Farm is home to many year-long and summer VISTAs. Eco3 Farm VISTAs operate the Urban Farm, build the capacity of our local food system, and educate others on sustainable farming.
Food and Agriculture in the Duluth Citizens' Climate Action Plan
The Duluth Citizens’ Climate Action Plan (Duluth CCAP) is a citizen effort to inspire community-wide action to reduce Duluth’s greenhouse gas emissions and envision a future for Duluth that is sustainable and equitable. Learn more about actions you can take by visiting the site below.
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AmeriCorps VISTA Members working hard to create a new soil mixture using peat moss and worm castings. Ecolibrium3 VISTA Corps members participated in the AmeriCorps